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Mar 6, 2011 6:30am PST
of america to provide $100,000 grant for the missions and scholarships for their 3 children, 2 of which that have been adopted from hats hate. >> it is an incredible force of love which is empower us to get back out in the mission field sharing water and love of christ with others. >> they are opening many new opportunities and reminds them of a bible promise. >> i would like people to know the lord is watching them. he sees all the hard work. >> that's right. >> he wants to remind us to not grow weary in doing good. he has a harvest. >> wendy griffith cbn news. >>> for more great stories on the church around the world, check out our website at we'll be back right after this. >> cbn worldreach invited parts ners to participate in share the love event. the group went to an orphanage spending time with 70 children sharing them a lot of love of god. they provided them with basic necessities, food, milk and toilet troys. well folks, i hope you enjoyed our broadcast and hope you'll join us next week. from all of 
Mar 13, 2011 6:30am PDT
in south america. it is really very encouraging. >>> coming up, a call to prayer for the people of burma. how it can bring help and hope to persecuted people. >> this sunday christians around the world will be praying for the country of burma. >> that's right. the military regime has committed every atrocity against christian control center. gary lane has more. >> reporter: perhaps no ethnic minority group suffered more than burma group, about 40 percent christian. they have wage add resistance for more than 60 years. the burmese military, soldiers killed men, raped women and girls, destroyed homes and churches. an army raid left 36 other families homeless. >> they came and slept in our village. before they left the following morning, they burned it. >> ma and his wife survived because they fled the village. >> my wife and i went to the village and prayed. i said all things belong to you, oh god. i carried my bible and pistol. we left to stay with our nephews. >> many villagers have had nowhere to go. government attacks have caused more than 100,000 ethnic chin christians to flee to over
Mar 20, 2011 6:30am PDT
the houses; they build them out of what to make america a proof, they survived the earthquake but not the tsunami >>: japan's christian communities have mobilized to respond but there only 1% of the entire population; recently i spoke with kent joseph, he said all of those disasters that up to the worst catastrophe he has ever seen and he is begging the international community to respond. >>: we have never been to anything like this before, you have an earthquake, the fire and then snow, a tsunami condemned and nuclear situation and they recommend everyone leave within 80 km. >>: many aid agencies are holding back. ten-mac that is the worst thing that can happen. we were at a church and the worst areas, and we found a guy that we were looking for, there was a pastor and his wife freezing without anything at all. what concerns us now is that with this concern about the nuclear situation, the little help will be cut off. >>: how the church is responding? >>:, they are working together really hard, we meet once or twice a day to compile which churches need to be visited and whi
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